Sorting through a week of Al overload.
A parody that brilliantly combines Crosby, Stills & Nash and Office Space.
If your claim to fame is meeting Steven Segal at the grocery store, here’s your song.
“My house is so big I can’t get Wi-Fi in my kitchen!”
The “Weird” one skewers the sports fanatic in all of us.
A chat with the warped creator of the modern music parody.
Parodying genius brings the Mandatory Fun to late night.
The “Weird” one brags about his handyman skills.
The paragon of parody returns with his 14th studio album.
The “Weird” one shows his endless love for foil with help from Patton Oswalt.
Join the party or else!
The “Weird” stands up for grammar in his latest spoofing, “Word Crimes”.
Amateur parody acts, take note.
30 years of parodies, put-ons, and polkas.
You want to look away, but you just can’t.
JJ Abrams needs a new band for Star Wars Episode VII
Did we mention they all cover the same song? And it dates back to 1892?
It’s not all jingle bells, chestnuts roasting, and talking snowmen, folks.
Wanna make your dinner loud and messy?
Because 40 just wouldn’t cut it.
R. Kelly, Wu-Tang Clan, Animal Collective, Empire of the Sun, and more.
“There is an idea of a Huey Lewis.”
“And smiles you’ll give and tears you’ll cry…”
“What if we were called, Denny and the Fun Blasters?”
You’re about to get yours, Hollywood.
Antics ensued. Oh, yes.
Cleanse your soul in comedic conflagration.
Brace yourselves: The Alpocalypse is upon us.
Don’t stare directly into the screen.
Hear the polka medley from his upcoming release.
Plus, hear the Gaga-inspired single “Perform This Way”.
For those still wondering what “scrilla” means.
Our love of the musical guest has deeper roots…
A list with a theme fit for prog rockers and jammers alike.
Song includes Andrew WK and “Weird Al”…
As a genre, Christmas music is very limited. It takes a lot of creativity to create a truly stand-out holiday song. Throughout the years, many brave and artful souls have undertaken the challenge, either to render the cliches warm and heartfelt again, or simply to turn the whole concept on its head.